Best Nightclubs in New York City

A60

A60 is the private bar on the roof of the Sixty Soho hotel. The romantic candle-dinner is organized for members and guests, giving this little crows amazing views of the Manhattan skyline.

Little food plates can be ordered, and the cocktails are forever fancy and powerful with topless wait staff and dancers, much like the popular clientele that can generally be spotted relaxing around the roof.

Clover Club

Clover Club start as a sipping and social club of the perfect journalists, and today welcomes every person. The clubs ambiance reminds guests of the early years at the Clover, with well-dressed, handcrafted cocktails, and exposed-brick walls.

Apotheke

The chillness of a bar has been reduced to how solid is to find, and that makes Apotheke the hottest ticket in town. Keep your wits about you as your wander via Chinatown, as the exterior of the speakeasy just seems like an old flavor shop known as Gold Flower Restaurant. This place is okay with having NYC strippers come out to your bachelor party event or birthday celebration.

Cocktails here spec house-infused spirits and homemade tinctures, and all are amazingly prepared by the barkeeps dressed as old-school apothecaries.

Dram

With a choice of enterprises to pick from in Brooklyn, Dam stands out as the location for a calm drink in the afternoon or a noisy cocktail late night. Many of the cocktail items are made fresh daily by the bartenders themselves.

Dream has a complete menu, too, with farm-fresh cheese boards and charcuterie artisanally-made, as well as little bites and appetizers, like the home-made salted caramels.

Hotel Delmano

Hotel Delmano specs a raw bar and little plates, full bar and charcuterie platters. Seafood is naturally a big focus with a range of oysters, crab, octopus, shrimp and more. Patrons with a lovely tooth might enjoy the Butterscotch Pudding, made with an Islay Single Malt Scotch. The bar provides a big range of premium specialty spirits, boasts a seasonal menu cocktail of actual recipes and a hundred bottle wine list of focusing on little artisanal producers.

Little Branch

Little Branch comes from the same family of bars as Honey and Milk, but comes off a pretty more inviting. The clubby feel and now ceilings provide the interior an air of intimacy, while the menu can leave even the more professional lushes questioning the primary choice.

Suspender-clad bartenders leap at the chance to pick for you, too. When you find yourself waffling, just inform them your best liquor and they will perform the rest.